Breakfast Bites - Creating Impact Virtually
***ONLY 4 PLACES LEFT*** The current crisis has meant many of us are working virtually out of necessity but this new reality has also revealed an appetite for more remote working in future. So how do we adapt to this new way of working and ensure that we are getting the best out of the tools we use?
AQRs Breakfast Bites is here to help
This session explores the best ways to maximise your impact via online presentations. From; what to include on your charts, how to engage through visuals and how to format your presentations for virtual audiences, through to how you present it nailing the preparation, creating the right energy and maintaining engagement through tone of voice.
Join Rachel Williams, Qualitative Director at Populus, as she shares her experiences and explores tried and tested methods for creating impact virtually. Then have a go at brainstorming some ideas with a mock debrief topic! Rachel has experience running engaging, creative and impactful virtual sessions with audiences as big as 100 clients as well as interactive virtual workshops with smaller groups.
As we believe this session will be very popular and places are limited to 15, AQR members have the chance to book first.
Cost: AQR Members £20 + VAT = £24
Book online using the link below
Bookings will open for non members on 15 July if spaces are still available
Cost for non members: £30 + VAT = £36
28 July 2020
9.30am to 11.00am
By Video Via Zoom
£20+VAT (Book Online)
Share on Twitter
Author Lyn Roseaman led the recent AQR Breakfast Bite on presentation skills, a nifty session that enthused, involved, and entertained, while inspiring attendees to get practising. Visualising running barriers
The successful Breakfast Bites series this time focused on creating infographics. The first message: try staying away from PowerPoint and get creative on paper. How to boss a briefing
AQR's first Breakfast Bites kicked off in style, acting not just as a reminder of best practice, but also highlighting some important behavioural tips and techniques.